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evening, everybody. i'm larry beil in for dan ashley who is on assignment in washington, d.c. >> and i'm carolyn johnson. the storm that hit brought rain to most areas and snow in the higher elevations. depending on your perspective it was either a traffic nightmare or a winter wonderland. and it is an attraction even tonight. john is live in the mountains for us. >> the temperature is near freezing and there is a thin glaze of ice on skyline boulevard. what has brought people here is the snow which they only see here a few times a year. the rare snow was too tempting to pass up. even as night fell and even as it meant over doing it. marianne from sunnyvale saw the snowstorm on the news and decided to bring her children up to see it for real. >> we don't get to go to tahoe too much, so it is pretty cool. >> next best thing. >> although by 6:00 p.m. the snow was being overtaken by mud and 11-year-old jovian was giving the snow a lower rating. >> a two out of five. >> what is the snow to dirt ratio up here? >> not very good. >> it was pure heaven around midday when the snow was blanketin
obama will sit down for an exclusive interest view with dan ashley tomorrow. >> here is dan reporting tonight from the white house. >> carolyn and larry, good evening from washington where the clock is ticking. if they cannot come up with a budget deal in the next 10 days $85 billion in automatic spending cuts will kick in across this country. now, the president invited state and local emergency workers to join him for a white house news conference. he warned that these are real people whose real jobs will be affected by the cuts. congress and the white house originally created the arbitrary deadline and harsh cuts to force democrats and republicans to work together to trim the $4 trillion deficit. however, they could not make that happen. so as they recall they extented the deadline until march which is where we are now 10 day usa way. 34r* obama talked about the risk our nation would face if they cannot at least agree on a short-term solution. >> if congress allows the meat cleaver approach to take place, it will jeep jeprodize our military readiness and it willy advice rate investm
't seem to fit. dan white 32, the all american boy supervisor former firefighter, police officer now a killer. board of supervisors president dianne feinstein was a political mentor to white while white was unraveling feinstein was out of the country. because of that she continues to carry a heavy burden. >> this was my first day back at work, and i still believe that if i could have been there for that three weeks i could have stopped it. now, who knows rita, who knows. >> reporter: what we do know comes in part from white's confession tape and other physical evidence stored here in the police property room. >> this is what's left on this case. >> reporter: i got a rare look 20 years ago at what was left of the evidence in the case that changed san francisco and its politics. with the police inspector who investigated the murder case frank fall son. >> there were so many people that suffered such direct hurts. >> reporter: the biggest packaged contained the clothes dan white wore when he crawled through a window of city hall a 38 stuck in his belt. the gun white used was gone
and remote mountain cabin. no one will say whether christopher dorner is dead or alive. good evening. i'm dan ashley. >> and i'm carolyn johnson. law enforcement quickly reacted to a 9-1-1 call this afternoon that a man believed to be christopher dorner was spotted in big bear. police believed they had their suspect cornered. john alston has been monitoring this. here he is now. >> police are not letting down their guard. a san bernadino county shear riff deputy was shot and died, the fourth person apparently killed by christopher dorner. cy corned him in big bear where there was a barrage of gunfire followed by a raging fire. the mountain cabin burned into the night after they figured they had excop christopher dorner inside. and then a startling announcement. >> that cabin is too hot to make entry. there has been no body located inside that cabin. that cabin has not yet been searched. >> reporter: the rental cabin this big bear caught fire just after 4:00 this afternoon. the l.a. times reported the s.w.a.t bulldozer was tearing down walls and teargas launched followed by the sound of a sing
sky. jay i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn. >> it has been a strange 24 hours. the giant asteroid that came close to earth, the meteor that exploded in russia and now tonight's breaking news a meteor across the bay area sky. alan wang is live at the space and science center in oakland. alan, a lot of people saw this thing. >> many of those people came to see an asteroid passing by the earth. but instead it has been christmastime for astronomers. >> reports are coming in from around the bay, but mostly on the peninsula. a bright, blue light streaking across the western sky around 7:40. someone claiming to have recorded the meteor while driving down 280 posted this video on youtube. another witness looked at the video and said it is what he saw as well. we caught up with those who saw it in ocean beach in san francisco. >> it was like a flash of lightning. that's basically what it looked like. i saw it twice. he saw it once or twice? >> we just saw two lights basically right over there. >> it was over the whole bay. it was insane. >> apparently there was another bright meteor seen i
to talk about in terms of ongoing selections but i'd like to might have dan up to talk about our port. >> good afternoon, commissioners dan with the planning division. i'd like to tell you about a couple of art exhibits. one of us will share the ports rich history and another that speaks to today to illegal - illustrate how people can join in. the first is to add pile ones 3 feet tall and crafted out of the tubing by the ports engineers planning. and it will include a second panel on the pile ones will tell an interesting fact called did you know which will be a a short informational passage we will want to share with our friends. the pile ones will be very noticeable and will help celebrate the ports history. the second pile on will be the images that will be displayed on polls and possibly on websites. their colorful and will be easy to remember. both those pile ones and the banners are up on april 1st for seven months along the water front. >> thank you. commissioner there will also be an ongoing activities that will happen throughout the year that happen throughout the remainin
tracks to the north, here's that insult to injury we were talking about, dan. from boston to portland, who got plenty of snow last weekend. about two to four inches. the cape, up through northern maine, four to eight. and even more in the far part of northern maine. behind it will be a whole lot of cold. yesterday, washington, d.c. was 60 degrees. by tomorrow morning, mid-20s. new york, same thing. buffalo will be 11. detroit, 14. look at atlanta this morning. they are already starting to see a little change. they may even see a few flakes of snow. nothing going to accumulate there. but watch how cold it gets here. subfreezing for atlanta the next two mornings. 25 and 30 respectively, sunday and monday. more coming up in the nation's weather. but now, back to you all. >> just when i thought i could put the winter coat back in the closet, i have to put it back on. all right. thanks. >>> we're going to turn to overseas to new details about the double-amputee athlete they call blade runner, reportedly on suicide watch after being accused of killing his girlfriend. oscar pistorius burst i
editor dan henninger, james freeman and washington columnist kim strassel. kim, how much does the president think he can pass or is that what this is about? >> no, he knows he can't pass his agenda, very little of this would make it through the republican house. that's in fact exactly the point. the goal here, which is a repeat of what he's done for the last two years, is to put out all of these measures which are somewhat pole driven and sound generally good to the public and he pitches them as helping the economy, and then when the republicans don't pass them or take them up, he will call them obstructionist, he hopes that they'll have a few fights over a couple of them like the minimum wage that will make them look ununited and ineffectual and then he'll use that to try to show that they cannot lead and take back the house in 2014. >> and james, what struck me was how unapologetic the endorsement of activist government was, this was eons from the bill clinton presidency. this is an unapologetic look, look, government will do the following things for you, suggests to me that
'll continue to bring updates throughout the newscast as well as nbc 7 news at 6:00. >> dan ashley is in washington, d.c. now for a very special assignment. he's the only reporter who will interview president obama tomorrow. dan joins us live with a look at what the president is dealing with today, dan? >> good evening, from washington a very busy day. if republicans and democrats cannot come up with an agreement in just 10 days, $85 billion in cuts will kick n the president invited state and local workers to join him he warned that these are real people whose jobs will be affected by the cuts. congress and white house originally created#dá9÷ arbitray deadline and cuts last year, remembering to-to-force democrats and republicans to work together to trim the deficit. however, they cannot make that happen so this deadline was extended until march, mr. obama talked about the risk our nation would face if they cannot agree on a short term solution. >> congress allows this to take place. it will jeopardize military readiness and job creating investments in education and energy. emerge
of the direction in which the country is headed. abc7 news anchor dan ashley is the only bay area journal list to interview president obama today at the white house. his report live from washington, dc, start airing tonight on our newscast going at 5:00 p.m. here on abc7 news. dan is also tweeting from washington. before dan got down to business this morning he spent time with the first dog, tweeting this picture of him and bo on the south lawn of the white house. dan got to meet bo? >> can't wait to see the report. still ahead, new developments on the grounding of the boeing dreamliner airplane with a fix being presented to solve a potentially dangerous battery issue. and the latest on what rescue crews found in the rubble of kansas city >> breaking news from mission district with evacuations are under way because of a gas leak a one block area near 24th and bryant has been cleared. the gas leak began at 10:30, still going on, and the energy company is arriving at the scene and we have work that the muni 48 bus line is being rerouted as a result the gas leak. we will update you on the breakin
in which the country is headed. abc7 news anchor dan ashley is the only bay area journal list to interview president obama today at the white house. his report live from washington, dc, start airing tonight on our newscast going at 5:00 p.m. here on abc7 news. dan is also tweeting from washington. before dan got down to business this morning he spent time with the first dog, tweeting this picture of him and bo on the south lawn of the white house. dan got to meet bo? >> can't wait to see the report. still ahead, new developments on the grounding of the boeing dreamliner airplane with a fix being presented to solve a potentially dangerous battery issue. and the latest on what rescue crews found in the rubble of kansas city ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] now's the time to spring. get the poulan blower vac for just $79 at lowe's today. on our newly expanded advanced digital network, a connection you can count on. at&t u-verse high speed internet offers more speed options, reliability and wi-fi hotspots than ever. call at&t now to get u-verse high speed internet for as little as $14.95 a month for
this event. and kirit radia reports from the city of chelyabinsk. >> reporter: good morning, bianna and dan. as you can see, they're starting to patch up this soviet industrial city. when you talk to the residents here, they still can't believe they just got hit by a giant rock from space. the blast rocked this city. a giant meteor exploding in midair, knocking people to the ground and blowing out windows. in the streets, chaos. today, residents are still shocked. the destruction is everywhere. an estimated 4,000 buildings damaged. 1 million square feet of glass shattered. and over 1,200 people injured. according to nasa, this was the biggest meteor to hit earth in over a century. weighing more than the eiffel tower. today, the search is on to find fragments that hit the ground. divers explore this frozen lake where one of the bigger chunks is thought to left a big hole in the ice. but in the end, they came up empty-handed. the site is something of a tourist spot for locals, wanting to see it for themselves. i want to show you something. this is the reason that so many people got injured, t
hd. rain snow moving our way. freezing cold moving in. i'll have the forecast. >> i'm dan. in washington top president obama is putting pressure on congressional republican to come up with a budget deal before automatic spending cuts kick in. >> i'm in sacramento. driving while under the influence of drugs becoming as much of a problem as drunk driving in california. new effort to [ wind howling ] [ female announcer ] it balances you... [ water crashing ] ...it fills you with energy... and it gives you what you are looking for to live a more natural life. in a convenient two bar pack. this is nature valley... delicious granola bars made with the best ingredients in nate. nature valley. nature at its most delicious. you. >> unusual day here in the bay area. snowplow put to work along sky line boulevard in the santa cruz mountains. lots of rain around the bay today contributed to car accidents like this one. pickup truck overturned in santa rosa. one woman suffered minor injuries. hail fell along grizzly peak boulevard in the berkeley hill hills. 11-year-old boy sent
with what authorities took out of that house. alan? >> dan, this is the home where it all happened. the santa clara county bomb squad said the homemade bomb and bomb making materials were too unstable. so they dug a hole in the man's front yard and buried the material and covered it with the sandbags and blew it up earlier this evening. police say the homemade bombs and the chemicals found in this santa clara home had to be destroyed on the spot. sky 7hd flew over the house and authorities say neighbors are lucky nothing in the house exploded before today. >> we are glad there was no detonation. it potentially could have been catastrophic. >>- q. i neighbors identified -- >> neighbors identified the man as everett basham. he lived in this home, but huey barely said a -- but he barely said a word. >> he wasn't all there. he was talking about running stuff and he has all of those antennas, surveillance cameras and he keeps to himself. >> the man who lives across the street says the car is also packed with electronic devices, and he once told him why he has the antennas mounted on his
or alive. good evening. i'm dan ashley. >> and i'm carolyn johnson. law enforcement quickly reacted to a 9-1-1 call this afternoon that a man believed to be christopher dorner was spotted in big bear. police believed they had their suspect cornered. john alston has been monitoring this. here he is now. >> police are not letting down their guard. a san bernadino county shear riff deputy was shot and died, the fourth person apparently killed by christopher dorner. police are convinced they corned him in big bear where there was a barrage of gunfire followed by a raging fire. the mountain cabin burned into the night after they figured they had excop christopher dorner inside. and then a startling announcement. >> that cabin is too hot to make entry. there has been no body located inside that cabin. that cabin has not yet been searched. >> reporter: the rental cabin this big bear caught fire just after 4:00 this afternoon. the l.a. times reported the s.w.a.t bulldozer was tearing down walls and teargas launched followed by the sound of a single gunshot. >> i can't tell you at this time when th
hearing tuesday where we expect to learn pore de tays of the evidence police have been gathering. dan? >> striking comments from her father. thank you. >>> now to an abc news exclusive, the mother who says her 2-year-old child was slapped by a fellow passenger on the flight facing a federal charge that could land him in prison and gio benitez is on the story. >> good morning, dan, bianna. mom says the man not only traumatized her adopted son with a painful smack but called the boy a name so many consider us deplorable. jonah is 19 months old but at the center of an fbi investigation. agents accusing this man, 60-year-old joe hundley, a stranger, of smacking the boy on a delta flight from minneapolis to atlanta. the boy's mother jessica bennett speaking exclusively to abc news. she showed us how she says hundley assaulted her child. >> well, he had his hand out like that and so it was, you know, it it came down that way at jonah's high item rear. >> reporter: it all allegedly started in row 28 of the plane. jessica and jonah had the aisle sit, hundley the wind. >> jonah starts crying f
is under way. dan hellie is down there. he got this afternoon to the camp. where are you. >> reporter: it's viera, right next to melbourne, a little south and east of orlando, just about 45 minutes away from the airport in orlando. it was a quiet day here for the nationals. 82 degrees, sunny, beautiful. the pitchers and catchers spent much of the day undergoing their physicals. this is something new for almost everybody in the nationals organization because of the lofty expectation. as you know, the nationals are coming off an unbelievable season, 98-win season picked by many to be one of the world series favorites. they have the best starting rotation and best bull pen in baseball. as for the rest of the roster, it's set. there might not be a spot up for grabs, maybe one in the bull pen and make one in the bench. they know compactly what to sxes. the goal training has to remain healthy. we'll hear from mike rizzo and davey johnson, the two men in charges of molding this organization and drew attornsto. >>> thanks, dan. you're breaking our heart with the hard duty. see you when you get ba
in safety and tranquility in the state of israel. >> we're joined by two guests, dan yakir is chief legal counsel for the association for civil rights in israel. his organization has led the effort in israel to uncover information about prisoner x. the israeli supreme court has just today lifted a gag order on the group's role in the case. and we're joined by antony loewenstein, joining us from sydney, australia via videostream, an independent journalist and author, co- founder of independent australian jewish voices. let's begin with you. if you could start off by just lying out what this case is all about, who this man was. >> in short, this man's identity was not known until last week. we knew the case a few years ago when it was reported the man had committed suicide in the israeli jail and nothing else. last week on television the story was broken. what has essentially come out in the last week has been a litany of information which really goes to the heart of what regularly happens between australia and israel. on the one hand, what happened to ben zygier is unique. not that many au
and director of stem tech labs is an alabama doctor named dan ecklund. we've been tracking dr. ecklund for months. >> hello, is dan ecklund there, please? >> we asked the sussers to contact dr. ecklund. ecklund sent them a letter which offered the blind and paralyzed adam the possibility of an improved level of consciousness, improved ability to see, to speak, to stand, and walk. what can stem cells really do today? we asked a scientist who's doing some of the world's most advanced studies in stem cells, dr. joanne kurtzberg. >> i personally think we're 10 years away from seeing real cell therapies that are working and are safe, but i do believe it will come. >> dr. kurtzberg is a physician and the chief scientific officer of a stem cell research program at duke university. she advises the federal government and is the codirector of this multimillion dollar laboratory which works with stem cells harvested from umbilical cord blood. dr. kurtzberg told us there's no evidence yet that stem cells can treat cerebral palsy. >> some of the diseases that we see stem cell cures offered for on t
. jay i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn. >> it has been a strange 24 hours. the giant asteroid that came close to earth, the meteor that exploded in russia and now tonight's breaking news a meteor across the bay area sky. alan wang is live at the space and science center in oakland. alan, a lot of people saw this thing. >> many of those people came to see an asteroid passing by the earth. but instead it has been christmastime for astronomers. >> reports are coming in from around the bay, but mostly on the peninsula. a bright, blue light streaking across the western sky around 7:40. someone claiming to have recorded the meteor while driving down 280 posted this video on youtube. another witness looked at the video d said it is what he saw as well. we caught up with those who saw it in ocean beach in san francisco. >> it was like a flash of lightning. that's basically what it looked like. i saw it twice. he saw it once or twice? >> we just saw two lights basically right over there. >> it was over the whole bay. it was insane. >> apparently there was another bright meteor seen in the sky. m
's popmoney, dan can easily send money by email right from his citibank account. nice job ben. [ male announcer ] next up, the gutters. citibank popmoney. easier banking. standard at citibank. makes it easy for anne to manage her finances when she's on the go. even when she's not going anywhere. citibank for ipad. easier banking. standard at citibank. calm us down and saying very frequently he would not kill us. >> for the first time this couple held hostage by christopher dorner is talking about their harrowing ordeal as he tried to escape the law. good evening, everyone. i'm carolyn johnson. >> i'm dan ashley. they thought they were going to die. that's what they were saying as this developing story continues to evolve. listen to what happened as they came face-to-face with a cop killer. >> he had his gun drawn. >> you know, stay calm. >> resort owners found dorner inside one of their cabins. the moment they saw him they realized who it was. >> thought we were dead. it was scary. >> i really thought it could be the end. >> but dorner said he wasn't after them. he wanted their car. >
of trader dan deming of stutland equities to check for clues about what could be ahead for this market. hi dan, you are definitely the right man for the job. > > we will see angie. we will see what we can uncover. > so far the market feels like it is a little bit stuck here at relatively high levels, so that is a good thing for investors. but, what is your take on the market action? > > you know, basically angie, if you look at short-term expectations, the vol expectation's still pretty low. basically in the vix we are seeing the march options now kind of soft, not in a lot of concern there. if you look at the s-p-x, it expires today. vol expectations there pretty low as well. if you're looking a little further out on the spectrum, you have a few things in the marketplace - of course, the debt ceiling coming up is one. but if you look at the market overall, it is still maintaining at that these high levels. it is working off some of the overbought conditions it basically attained through january, and, again like i said, we're only 1% off of the dow high from 2007, and we're only 2% off of
's dan harris is just back from italy tonight. >> reporter: it was one of the largest, costliest and arguably crew ships disasters from the titanic. the costa concordia, the luxury liner which ran aground off the coast of italy. a hour into our voyage, it came looming into sight. 12k34r that e's extraordinary. >> reporter: more than a year after the costa concordia went drown, here it is, surrounded by vessels. >> it will be used to rotate upright. a far cry from the ship's h heyday. a made for tv villain, frances schettino. people were pushing one another to get on the lifeboatsened others jumping to their boat. meantime, he was long gone. he later said that he tripped and fell into a lifeboat. a coast guard official was recorded screaming at the captain to go back and help. he said, get back on board. one of the major ongoing frustrations for the survivors, lawsuits against carnival cruise lines, lawsuits are unlikely to go far. lin collected just over $9,000. >> it definitely doesn't cover the stress in going to a psychiatrist and things like that. we're still living with it.
down for an exclusive interview with anchor dan ashley tomorrow. dan joins us live from the white house where the president and lawmakers are facing a tight deadline. a great opportunity for you tomorrow? >> reporter: it is a great opportunity. thanks very much. good evening from washington. i'm here at the white house whereas you said i will have a chance to speak with president obama directly one on one in an exclusive interview. ask him about a number of things and one of those things we will discuss is the budget deal that is now being debated here in washington. you know there is a major deadline looming here in just ten days time, $85 billion in automatic spending cuts will take effect. president believes with disastrous consequences for ordinary americans. he is putting a lot of pressure on congressional republicans to do something to come up with a deal to keep that from happening. today, he issued a dire warning. >> people will lose their jobs. the unemployment rate might tick up again. >> reporter: president was joined by state and local emergency workers who he says will be h
the politicians, we the people should. dan cantor is a former community and union organizer who's executive director of the working families party. that's a third party that began in new york state and has now spread to five others. since its launch 15 years ago, he's helped lead the party's efforts to elect progressive candidates throughout the state and worked to increase new york's minimum wage and raise taxes on the rich. jonathan soros is one of those who would pay more. he's a lawyer, investor, and philanthropist working on economic change and social goods. a senior fellow at the roosevelt institute exploring the role of corporations in society, and co-founder of the super pac friends of democracy, which aims to counter the influence of money in politics. an irony we'll discuss later. dan and jonathan are on the front lines of the fight to make new york state a national model for the public financing of political campaigns. welcome to you both. >> thank you so much. >> glad to be here. >> what an odd couple you are. jonathan, you're a lawyer, a man of means, you're active in finance,
with autsim. >> it helps with the synthesis and repair of dan. na. it is possible it can decrease autism , and related systems -- autism spectrum related systems. it is additional affirmation that is propelling us to finding the cause of autism and hopefully prevention. >> this study could also have an implication of future research about the importance of increasing the number of foods fortified with folic acid. >> and baltimore city high school is the subject of a revealing hbo documentary is now making some of the shrines. the 2008 documentary showed the struggles of teachers at frederick douglass high school but now the turnaround is turning heads in washington, prompting a visit from a top federal education official. they have added to specialized academies and had met its argument -- it's academic target for the first time in more than 12 years. >> i am totally inspired. it is great to come to a school where people truly care about students and they set high standards. >> the new programs are funded by federal school improvement grant. despite the dark sky as, people packed the fre
that dan white did not kill harvey milk because he has gay are that i also suggest that harvey milk out a man against his wishes this too should nullify him from being put on f f o. i also suggest we find another person to put on f f a to honor homosexuals. and there's several countries that still hold homosexuals as criminals. >> thank you next speaker please. >> hi. i'm going to use the offer head. the library is not properly taken care of basic and continues to did he enthuse books. at the last meeting there was approved a budget of zero increase in adult books, zero increase in children's and teens books. there was a small increase in the periodicals. we also heard at the last library commission that ebook reading is about 5 percent of the overall occur levitation. the library has also lots of money for technology experience. they have $99,900 for lending out machines like pcs. and we learned that there's no cost benefit analyze and no costs for over the life of this lending device. and when i click on o a link that don't lead you anywhere if you could show my materials and not th
. in a story you will see only on kron four. on april 16th, 1981.three years before kevin collins went missing.dan therrian.while living under the name wayne jackson. .was arrested on suspicion of kidnapping and molesting a seven year old boy.in the fisherman's wharf area. it was the crime that would eventually make him a person of interest when little kevin vanished in 1984. inside the court files.we found the records which show.how he was initially accused of forcibly stealing the child.while he played inside a store.alledgedly the assailant came from behind.picked him up, putting the boy on his shoulders identifying him as his son.and ran to a low wooden wall near pier 39.where the assault occurred. the man unzipped his zipper.told the boy to open his mouth.and had the boy touch his penis.the victim got away.crying and running to a woman in a car parked nearby.the records show that the suspect was arrested.after the victim pointed him out to police while running away. after making bail.he failed to show up for a court date.and a warrant was issued for his arrest. then nearly a year later.on mar
? 'cause we shouldn't really help with your love life. yoplait. it is so good! >> good evening i'm dan. >> i'm carolyn breaking news inn francisco where a police pursuit ended in a crash. >> 7 news reporter is on the scene live for us with the very latest on this. amma? >> i'm here on fifth intersection rate behind me that is fivtd and mission. then on the other side that's where you can see where the car crashed. now police tell that you say this began about 9:45 tonight when officers spotted a stolen vehicle. in the area of market and eighth. they then followed the vehicle in the tenderloin area and some additional officers arrived on scene the people in the vehicle fled so they took off but then involved in a traffic accident right there at fifth and mission as you see. we did see one person getting put in an plans and taken to an area hospital to one injury we know of at this point. so right now police are still on the scene investigating exactly what led to the accident and if we get any other updates we will bring it to you but again the police chase ended hear at fifth and
at citibank. >> good evening i'm dan. >> i'm carolyn breaking news happening right now in san francisco where a police pursuit ended in a crash. >> 7 news reporter is on the scene live for us with the very latest on this. amma? >> i'm here on fifth intersection rate behind me that is fivtd and mission. then on the other side that's where you can see where the car crashed. now police tell that you say this began about 9:45 tonight when officers spotted a stolen vehicle. in the area of market and eighth. they then followed the vehicle in the tenderloin area and some additional officers arrived on scene the people in the vehicle fled so they took off but then involved in a traffic accident right there at fifth and mission as you see. we did see one person getting put in an plans and taken to an area hospital to one injury we know of at this point. so right now police are still on the scene investigating exactly what led to the accident and if we get any other updates we will bring it to you but again the police chase ended hear at fifth and mission with the suspect vehicle getting no an ac
, the captain of that ship back in the news. abc's dan harris is just back from italy tonight. >> reporter: it was one of the largest, costliest and arguably, most infamous crew ships disasters since the "titanic." the costa concordia, the 15-story luxury liner which ran aground off the coast of italy. killing 32 people. an hour into our voyage, it came looming into sight. that is extraordinary. more than a year after the costa concordia went down, here it is, it still is here, surrounded by cranes and other vessels. it will be used to rotate upright. a far cry from the ship's heyday. for the captain, a made for tv villain, frances schettino. by the captain got around to issue abandon ship order, the vessel was in chaos. people were pushing one another to get on the lifeboats and others jumping to their death. meantime, he was long gone. he later said that he tripped and fell into a lifeboat. a coast guard official was recorded screaming at the captain to go back and help. he said, get back on board! one of the major, ongoing frustrations for the survivors, lawsuits against carnival cruise
. >> this is not smart or fair. they will add hundreds of thousands of americans to unemployment rolls. >> dan ashley will be the journalist interviewing the president tomorrow at the white house.omr the report live from washington will begin tonight and then, again air tomorrow rate here on abc 7 news, dan is tweeting at dan ashley abc 7. >> lots of workers, plenty of chain saws and a crane needed to clean up the mess left by a fallen 2003 in diablo. the large oak fell on to a house yesterday damaging two vehicles. here is a look at the tree aift fell yesterday. nobody was hurt. one woman said it sounded like an explosion. >> the city is moving to shut down internet cafes promising cash prizes for users. >> the city council will consider changing it's zoning laws to ban those so called sweep stakes cafes entirely. >> nick smith has more for us. >> alameda county ordered some cafes to shut down. the bureau of gambling control called some of!fww the cave yaiz illegal gambling operations but one owner i've spoken with said not so fast, willing to go to court to make the case. when you think internet c
snubs and surprises, rsvp today. >> thank you. >> tackling issues that matter to you. dan ashley talks about how gridlock is affecting progress in america. live from the white house, nee. a battle over giving residents a final resting place in their own backyard. >> i'm sandhya patel. live from the broadcast center it's crisp out here but going to turn cold. how much those temperatures will tumble coming up. >> an exclusive interview with dan ashley talking about the issue that's matter to you the most. helping and hurting our progress in america and specifically here in the bay area,. >> i'm cheryl jennings, dan is the reporter to have the opportunity to interview president ob yaum at the white house. you talked about a lot of critical issues. >> i did. i've had a fascinating day here highlight to talk about a3 number of issues. it's a good bit more quiet than usual because members of could be gres on recess until monday but that has not changed in their absence. deadline coming on march 1 if lawmakers can not reach an agreement on the budget. nor has the absence changed bitter divide
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